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"MRS. PARSONS MAKES A SPEECH: Addresses a Gathering in Quincy Street, Urging Young Men Not to Enlist for the Philippines." Chicago Daily Tribune 17 July 1899.

Lucy Parsons raised her voice last night in the chorus of sidewalk oratory which is heard in State street every night in the week. The burden of her song was directed toward the young man who contemplated joining the volunteer army for service in…

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Lucy Parsons: Revolutionary anti-imperialist, through-and-through


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